A worker suspended in a basket reaches out toward debris from a building damaged when the crane atop it collapsed a day earlier, Sunday, April 28, 2019, in Seattle. The construction crane fell from a building on Google's new campus during a storm that brought wind gusts, crashing down onto one of the city's busiest streets and killing multiple people.

A worker suspended in a basket reaches out toward debris from a building damaged when the crane atop it collapsed a day earlier, Sunday, April 28, 2019, in Seattle. The construction crane fell from a building on Google’s new campus during a storm that brought wind gusts, crashing down onto one of the city’s busiest streets and killing multiple people.

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An Oregon ironworker was one of the four people who died when a construction crane collapsed in Seattle on Saturday. Travis Corbet was a member of the ironworkers’ union, Local 29, in Portland. The union announced Corbet’s death on its website.

KOMO TV in Seattle reports that Corbet was a Marine veteran. He was working to help take down the crane when it toppled to the ground with him and another worker in the cab. Two people were also killed on the ground. One has been identified as a Seattle Pacific University student.

The Washington Department of Labor and Industries is taking the lead in figuring out why the crane collapsed in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood.